Imagine you’re working two jobs. In the morning, you’re landscaping and in the evenings, you serve the public at a fast food restaurant. You make $12 an hour. You keep ahead of your bills, but just barely. Health care? Maybe one of your employers offers it and maybe they don’t. It really doesn’t matter, because Read More.
Court sides with visually impaired customers in requiring retailers to have web access. This blog borrows heavily from an LA Times article by David Savage which can be read here. Three years ago, Guillermo Robles decided he wanted to order a pizza. Robles, who is visually impaired, went to the Domino’s Pizza website and was Read More.
I recently had the pleasure of listening to Meg Stevens, of Averett University in Danville, address our Lead Virginia session regarding her guiding strategy as athletic director. What she had to say made a lot of sense for succeeding in sports and business. “Our athletic department runs on a simple formula. Three-Two-One,” remarked Stevens. “Number three. Read More.
Prologue: My favorite part of advertising is meeting new creative minds and sharing and solving problems. This year, I began to ask friends, colleagues, clients (past and present), and even competitors in healthcare marketing to “Take 3” and discuss trends they see developing, explore challenges, and discuss opportunities. Since I know this is asking a lot Read More.
Every year, I review portfolios at universities and events hosted by our regional advertising club. It’s fun to see the work of the young people. Some of it is amazing. Some of it is a work in progress. But the promise of these young people is what is inspiring. Truth be told, I had no Read More.
It was my pleasure to present a long overdue honor at the Western Virginia American Advertising Awards to master jingle creator Tommy Holcomb. The event was held at the Market Building on March 1. The American Advertising Federation’s Silver Media Award Program is a nationally recognized award that honors men and women who have made outstanding Read More.